Protect your canine from becoming infected with the deadly disease known as Parvovirus by vaccinating your pet yearly. Recent cases of parvo have been surfacing around Flint and surrounding areas. Preventing your pet from this deadly disease is a simple vaccination administered by your veterinarian.
Parvovirus is spread by fecal waste; it attacks the intestines eating away the lining. Puppies usually die from dehydration before being diagnosed with parvovirus. Symptoms of parvo usually consist of vomiting, severe diarrhea which may contain blood, and fever. If your pet exhibits any of these symptoms contact your vet immediately it could be a matter of life and death for your pet.
To help avoid the spread of parvovirus you should always remove any fecal waste from your yard. Try to stay clear of dog parks where fecal waste has not been removed. Keep your pet up to date on all his or her shots. For more information on the disease, contact your local veterinarian.
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